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Bronx Junior High School 80 principal sparks outrage

 

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Principal Emmanuel Polanco, 30, or ‘El Siki’ in the music videos, has angered parents for his ‘ridiculous’ on-screen antics partying with young hotties at posh clubs with bottles of champagne.Bronx educator Emmanuel Polanco cozies up with blond beauty in one of his Internet rap videos.

Bronx educator Emmanuel Polanco cozies up with blond beauty in one of his Internet rap videos.

Students at Junior High School 80 in the Bronx call him Principal Polanco, but the bikini-clad babes in his Internet rap videos call him “El Siki.”

Emmanuel Polanco, 30, is one of the youngest school leaders in the city, but angry parents say his on-screen antics show he’s a terrible role model.

“Someone has to hold this guy accountable,” said Cecilia Donovan, whose daughter Ciara, 12, is a seventh-grader at the school. “It’s ridiculous what he’s doing there.”

Videos obtained by the Daily News show the principal cavorting with young hotties and partying at posh clubs with bottles of champagne as “El Siki.”

In a Spanish-language music video for a song called “El Metele,” Polanco visits a club where he orders up champagne, gyrates on the dance floor and takes a busty blond babe home to bed.

 ”El Siki” is a New York City school principal seen in music videos partying at posh clubs.

“Come here, press against me. I’m giving up control, you go crazy,” he raps in Spanish. “Don’t stop, more, let’s make love.”

Though it’s not clear when Polanco made the videos, parents said many students at JHS 80 have seen “El Metele” and kids sometimes chant “El Siki” when Polanco walks down the halls.

Polanco, who earns $127,115 and has worked in the public schools since 2003, did not respond to requests for comment. He discussed his musical ambitions in an undated video on the website CalienteHitzMix.com.

“We doin’ it up and we doin’ it hard and we gonna take over,” Polanco says in the interview. “I’m here to step it up a notch.”

Education officials said they are looking into Polanco’s on-screen alter ego.

“We take parents’ concerns seriously and are following up on them,” said agency spokeswoman Connie Pankratz.

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